The pictures below are of a small "Southern Louisiana Lego Village," that I put together as a display for Christmas. The pictures include the actual homes and fronts and backs of each house. The insides are completed with floors and walls, but do not contain furniture or anything else because the models are on a small scale. These were fun to make and everyone who saw them really liked them. I hope you enjoy them too.
I have to admit that I like your renditions even more that the actual buildings they represent! I would love to see you put an entire town together one day. It wouldn't have to be a real town but one you would design yourself if you were ever in charge of such a project. Just some for food for thought.
Very nice Rita! I guess I missed your wonderful designs, because I am not really a house builder. What caught my eye is 'Louisiana' in your title... myself having lived there for 5 years as a child! I love your state capitol too. I actually have been up to the top of it when I was about 9 years old with other friends in my girl scout troop! How lucky you are to be living in such a friendly state! How lucky you are to be so talented! :)
Being a feminist I tend to look at work done by women with a special eye. I recall when I went to the High School of Art & Design there were only 3 girls in the class of '68 in the architecture class! So seeing these recreations made me realize the precision you took in their recreation! I have to comment on the expense as well!
So this is another MOC that I wish I could have given 10 heads to!
Being a purist though, Rita, I am still not sure how I feel about your using non-LEGO items as scenery!